PA Pesticide Hypersensitivity Registry

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PA PESTICIDE HYPERSENSITIVITY REGISTRY

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) maintains a registry of individuals hypersensitive to pesticides. It is a listing of locations for people who have been verified by a physician to be excessively or abnormally sensitive to pesticides. These hypersensitive individuals may request to have listings of their home, place of employment, school (if a student), and vacation home placed in the Registry. A person will not be considered included in the Registry unless their name appears in the current published Registry.

The Registry is distributed to all commercial and public pesticide businesses on March 1st and July 15th each year. The pesticide application businesses are required to notify any person in the most recent registry if they will be making an application to an attached structure or outdoor above ground pesticide application within 500 feet of any listed location.

To register, please visit this website: http://extension.psu.edu/pests/pesticide-education/applicators/fact-sheets/applicators/pennsylvania-registry-of-pesticid-hypersensitive-individuals-application#.WXnlIAC_Tfs.email

 

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